Training camps for National Hockey League clubs are set to open this week and will do so with a trio of current Attack players in attendance. Fresh off successful prospect camps, Cedrick Guindon (Montreal Canadiens), Kaleb Lawrence (Los Angeles Kings) and Servac Petrovsky (Minnesota Wild) have received invites to camp with their respective teams.
Guindon was taken by the Canadiens this spring in the fourth round, 127th overall and will join a pair of former Attack captains in Broissard, Quebec Santino Centorame and current Canadiens captain Nick Suzuki.
Taken in the seventh round, 215th overall this past spring Lawrence joins a long list of players hit the ice at a Kings training camp. This year he will be joining likes of former fan favourites Sean Durzi and Aidan Dudas.
The Wild used their sixth round pick, 185th overall to take Petrovsky this past spring and will Attack alumni Jacob Middleton in Minnesota.
The Attack will finish off their pre-season schedule this Saturday night against the Barrie Colts with game time set for 7 p.m. at the Bayshore, before they kick of the 2022-23 regular season on the road in London on September 30, then play their home opener on Saturday, October 1 against the Kitchener Rangers at 7:30pm at the Bayshore. Single game tickets are on sale now for all pre-season and regular season games.